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How We Learn: The Next Chapter

With construction of the George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building targeted for completion by the 2015 fall semester, the UF College of Medicine gratefully acknowledges those donors who stepped […]

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College of Medicine breaks ground on new George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building

The new George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building came to life during a theatrical groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 22, which transformed the construction site into a learning studio setting to showcase elements of the state-of-the-art facility.

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Honoring relationships

Meet Joe Rush, a true Gator with a passion for life and learning who’s leaving his mark on UF Medicine in honor of family and colleagues.


Celebrating the future

Construction takes shape on the new medical education building

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Live stream of building construction

Watch construction of the new George T. Harrell, MD, Medical Education Building in progress. Click below for a live-camera view of the site.

Members of the class of 1963 held a special gathering to celebrate their 50-year reunion at Alumni Weekend 2013.

Giving back for the future

The class of 1963 to immortalize late College of Medicine figures Dr. Smiley Hill and Hazel Donegan through gift to name student affairs suite in new Medical Education Building.

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The Campaign for Medical Education

The UF College of Medicine enters an exciting new chapter in our history as we chart our future with a revised curriculum and a renewed commitment to providing exceptional educational experiences for our learners. Our ambition to reach the top of American medical education depends on three specific priorities:

  • A new medical education facility that matches our premier program
  • Increased scholarship support for medical students, residents and fellows
  • Building faculty endowment to assure continued excellence

"We can be a very good medical school with state funds, but private funds are what will allow us to be a great medical school and to achieve excellence," said Michael L. Good, M.D., dean.


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Alumni Challenge pioneers

Curious to see who accepted the challenge?